Victoria joined CultureBrokers because it is a firm that promises (and delivers on) measurable results.
Victoria McWane-Creek is a 2021 Facing Race Award Honoree, 2020 Minnesota Women's Press Changemaker and a performance improvement specialist (i.e. professional coach). She has the talent and expertise to guide individuals, teams, organizations, and communities towards their ideal performance by designing and executing strategic interventions that close knowledge, performance, and skills gaps.
She has been involved with instruction and curriculum design for 11 years. Her most recent curricular and instructional design activities include Fergus Falls Diversity Equity and Inclusion Community of Practice, Lakes Country Service Cooperative Otter Tail Family Services Collaborative, Minnesota Campus Compact, Minnesota Council of Churches, Minnesota Housing Partnership, and Tri-College NEW Leadership Institute. Victoria has been designing, hosting, and facilitating meetings and conversations that matter for 14 years. Her most recent conversation design and facilitation projects include the Respectful Conversations Project and the MLK Day Rural Racial Equity Summit.
Victoria is a graduate of the University of North Dakota with a Masters in Instructional Design and Performance Improvement. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology, Business, and Sociology from Eastern Oregon University. Victoria was most recently a recipient of the Saint Paul and Minnesota Foundation’s Facing Race Award, in 2021.